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Sales by Auction. BLACKWALL, HAYES & CO.) AUCTIONEERS & VALUERS, LIVE STOCK SALESMEN, HOUSE & ESTATE AGENTS, LLANRWST. Proprietors of the Llanrwst Horse Repository. Sales held periodically on Horses, Carriages, Har- ness, &c. Entry forms and conditions on application. Sales by Auction and Valuations of Landed Estates, House Property, Live and Dead Farming Stock, Household Furniture, &c. Houses to Let, Furnished and Unfurnished. Agents for Fire and Life, Personal Accident, and Employers' Liability Insurance. C AE'RGRAIC'LANRWST. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19th, 1905. SALE of about 60 Grand DAIRY and STORE CATTLE 300 Fat and Store WETHERS, EWES and LAMBS. Sale at 12.30. Usjial Credit. Further entries invited. Mr. F. A. DEW, AUCTIONEER, SURVEYOR, VALUER, & LAND AGENT, Colwyn Bay, TELEPHONE No. 21. and Conway. TELEPHONE NO. 2x3. ESTABLISHED 1889. SALES of Landed Estates, Freehold and Leasehold Business Premises, House Property, Building Land, Hotels, Live and Dead Farming Stock, Household Furniture, Pictures, Books, and Plate. VALUATIONS of Estates, Business Premises, Private Residences, Building Land, Standing Timber, Agricultural Property (including Tenant Right Valuations under Agreement or the Agricultural Holdings Act), Dilapidations, &c., and for Probate, Mortgage, Trustees, Business Transfers, Hotels, &c. SALES BY PRIVATE TREATY. HOUSES TO LET—Furnished & Unfurnished. Information given of Houses, Building Estates, Farms, Country Residences, and Business Pre- mises for Sale or to Let in all parts of North Wales. THE COLWYN BAY AUCTION ROOMS AND PROPERTY MART, "VRONHAULOG" (Next to the Public Hall). MR. JAMES STEVENS, Auctioneer, Valuer, and Estate Agent (With over 30 years' experience). SALES BY AUCTION AND VALUATIONS of Landed Estates, Business and Residential Properties, Farms, Live and Dead Stock, &c. Expert Hotel Valuer and Stock-Taker, Certificated Bailiff. These exceptionally fine Auction Rooms are Open Daily for the receipt of Consignments of every class of Goods, and FURNITURE SALES will be regularly held EACH MONDAY at 2 p.m. whilst SPECIAL SALES may be arranged for and will frequently occur at intervening dates. ALWAYS ON VIEW. OWNERS and SOLICITORS are invited to use these Rooms as a PROPERTY MART for Afternoon and Evening SALES BY AUCTION. A REGISTER OF HOUSES to Let (Furnished and Unfurnished) or for Private Sale is systematically kept, and every attention paid to the requirements of APPLICANTS to whom No CHARGE is made. AGENT TO FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT, and other PRINCIPAL INSURANCE OFFICES. Telegrams: Stevens, Auctioneer, Colwyn Bay, National Telephone: 4Y3. JOHN BOOTH &Co. AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS. Sales by Auction and Valuations of LANDED ESTATES, HOUSE PROPERTY, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, LIVE STOCK, Etc., UNDERTAKEN ON REASONABLE TERMS. Valuations for Probate, Mortgage and Transfer. Sales by Private Treaty. Mortgages Negotiated. Inventories made and examined. Agents for Fire, Life, Personal Accident, Live Stock, Plate Glass and Mortgage Insurance, with the Leading Companies. Offices-I6, Station Road, TELEPHONE No. 27 (Colwyn Bay). Colwyn Bay. Particulars of Properties for Sale, or To be Let Furnished or Unfurnished, for- warded free on application. GW ALIA HOTEL, 8 and 9, UPPER WOBURN PLACE, TAVISTOCK SQUARE, LONDON, 11 W.C. Telegraphic Address: GWYNFA, LONDON." Telephone No. 3648 Central." A very comfortable Hotel, spacious rooms, very central 5 minutes' walk from Euston, St. Pancras, and King's Cross Stations, ao minutes from Paddington, by Underground Railway to Gower Street. Electric Light throughout. Terms very moderate. Night P°rter' Proprietor EDWARD JENKINS. Also GWALIA HOTEL, LLANDRINDOD WELLS. F%& WEDDING, BIRTHDAY, and other Presents. The Best and Cheapest House is R. E. JONES & BROS'. Central Library, 8, Station Road, Colwyn Bay, and Rose Hill Street, Conway. Apartments. 16 WORDS, 6d.; 3 WEEKS, is. ANGLESEA HOUSE, 5, Mecklenburgh Square, A W.C., London. Bed and breakfast, 3s.: per week, 15s.; board from 25s. 10 min. Euston, Central Theatres, West End, City Tube. Situations Wanted. 16 WORDS, 6d.; 3 WEEKS, is. A GENTLEMAN wishes to recommend one of A his keepers. Leaving for no fault, English- man, married, two in family, life experience, now at liberty.—Address, Gamekeeper, Park House, Dinas Mawddwy, North Wales. OVERNESS, certificated, 24, desires engage- ment, Wales; one or two children; small salary.—Walker, College Grove, Wakefield. WANTED, by young lady, re-engagement in School in or near Llandudno. Subjects Music, Singing, and Dancing. Salary, £ 5 per term. -38, Hampton Road, Southport. A YOUNG Lady desires a post as Governess.— Apply, A," The Hollies, Victoria Avenue, Rhyl. Situations Vacant. MARRIED Man required with small or no family as Groom Gardener in Country; good character indispensable.—Vaughan Jones, Groes, Denbigh. UPIL.-Dentist has vacancy for young gentle- P man. For particulars, apply L.D.S. Weekly News Office, Conway. SITUATION Wanted, as Groom or Groom- Coachman ride and drive, single or pair.— Apply, Neale, Chewstoke, Bristol. OCEAN LINERS.—Persons desirous becoming Steamship Stewards, Stewardesses, Bakers, Butchers, Pantrymen, Stokers, Trimmers. Address- ed envelope for Circular.—Wm. Breakell, Birkdale, Southport. A GENCY for SERVANTS and FURNISHED A APARTMENTS. Stamp.-—Apply, Miss Evans, Snowdon View, Pwllheli, North Wales. AGENTS, and others with Spare Time, wanted to represent London house for sale of choice Teas. Liberal commission to those with safe connection among good families.—Farrar, Church Row, Aldgate, London. WESLEYAN AND GENERAL ASSURANCE SOCIETY. Wanted spare time agents. —Full instructions, Garnett, Glandwr, Rhyl. AGENTS required in unrepresented districts for the Imperial Accident, Live Stock, and General Insurance Co., Ltd. Est. 1878. Horses insured against Death from Accident and Disease, Mares for Foaling and Loss of Foal. Farmers' Liability for accidents to labourers insured. Claims paid, ^"300,000.—Address, Manager, 17, Pall Mall East, London, S.W. TEWARDSHIP ra Board Vessel. Full parti- culars of how to obtain the position will be forwarded by an ex-steward on receipt of P.O., is. —J. Pryce, Hampton-in-Arden, Warwickshire. MEN and Women Wanted to work our rapid Knitting Machines at their homes, making work for us to sell to the trade no experience, no canvassing steady work good money earned distance no hindrance.—Write to-day, the Hardy Machine and Woollen Company, 29, Brown Street, Manchester. CLERKS desiring Homework for evenings send addressed envelope.—Forshaws' Colonial Office, 14, Victoria Square, Bolton, Lancashire. AGENT REQUIRED for the Sale of a well- introduced CATTLE & HORSE PATENT FOOD. Those with connections amongst Farmers and Stud- owners please write—C. H. F., Shelley's, Grace- church Street, London. CANADIAN GOVERNMENT require agricul- turists, experienced or unexperienced. Im- mediate employment. Lucrative and excellent prospects.—Apply early, Charles Wright (Repres- entative), Steamship Booking Office, Chester. No fees. Wanted. WANTED at once, Rough Shooting, for one or two guns; State yearly terms.'—Vollam, Craig-y-don, Llandudno. NFURNISHED HOUSE, West end of Colwyn U Bay (for March, 1906), containing about 3 sitting and 9 bedrooms.—Particulars to 24," Weekly News Office, Colwyn Bay. Dozen given for soap wrappers, Sunlight, 2 d. Lifebuoy, Perfection, Pink Carbolic; Itd. Health and Matchless Cleanser; cash prompt return post.—Simpson, Odsal, Bradford. WANTED, Crab Apples (all sorts), and small apples.—For best possible prices and prompt cash, write to Squire Hardy, Fruit Buyer, Stalybridge. OLD FALSE TEETH !—We give highest pos- sible prices for above. Offers made, and if not accepted teeth returned. Dealers also in Old Gold and Silver in any form.—Woolfall & Com- pany, Birkdale, Southport. HIGHEST PRICES paid for Old Engravings, China, Antique Furniture, etc. Reply, in confidence, A.B.C," Weekly News Office, Colwyn Bay. WANTED to purchase a small detatched house between Glan Conway and Llanrwst, near station.—Apply W. C. Glandwr, Conway. 1,000,000 Must be cleared owing to expiration of lease. Lists free on application. PERRY'S HARDY PLANT FARM, Winchmore Hill, N. I Public Notices. REGULATIONS MADE BY THE CONWAY RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL, IN THE COUNTY OF CARNARVON, WITH RESPECT TO DAIRIES, COWSHEDS AND MILKSHOPS, IN THE RURAL DISTRICTS OF CONWAY AND GLAN CONWAY. Interpretation. I. Throughout these, Regulations the expres- sion "the Council" means the Conway Rural District Council, the expression "the District" meanis the Rural Districts of Conway and Glan Conway, the. expression. "Cowshed1" includes any dairy in which, milking cows may be kept, and the expression "Cowkeeper" means any person following the trade of a cowkeeper or dairyman who is, or is required to be, registered under the Dairies Cowsheds, and Miilkshops1 Order of 1885. For the Inspection of Cattle in Dairies. 2. Every occupier of a dairy wherein any cattle' may be kept, and which the Medical Offi- cer of Health., or thei Inspector of Nuisances, or any other officer of the council specially author- ised by them in that behalf, may visit for the purpose of inspecting cattle, and every person for the tiime being having the care or control of any such dairy, or of any cattle therein, shall afford such Medical Officer of Health, Inspec- tor of Nuisances, or officer, all reasonable assist- ance that may, for the purpose- of the inspec- tion, be required by him. For prescribing and regulating the Lighting, Ventilation, Cleansing, Drainage, and Water- supply of Cowsheds and Dairies in the Occupa- tion of Persons following the Trade of Cowkeepers or Dairvrnen. PART I. The Regulations in this Part shall apply to cowisheds the cows from which are habitually grazed on grass land during the greater part of the year, and when not so grazed, are habitu- ally turned out during a portion of each day. Lighting. 3. Every cowkeeper shall provide that every cowshed in his occupation shall be sufficiently lighted' with windows, whether in. the sides or roof thereof. Ventilation. 4. Every cowkeeper shall ciauise every cowshed in his occupation to be sufficiently ventilated., and for this purpose to be provided with a suffi- cient number of openings inito the' external air to keep the air in the cowshed in a wholesome condition. Cleansing. 5. (1.) Every cowkeeper1 shall cause every part of the interior of every cowshed1 in his occupa- tion to' be thoroughly cleansed, from time to time as often as may be necessary to secure that such cowshedlsihall be at all times, reasonably clean, and sweet. (2.) Such person shall cause the ceiling or in- terior of the roof and; the walls, of every cow- shed in his occupation to be proper y lime- wasihedi twice at least in every year, that is to say, once; during the, month of May, and once during the month of October, and at such other times as may be necessary. Provided' that this requirement shall not ap- ply to any part of such ceiling, roof or walls that may be properly painted!, or varnished, or constructed of, or covered with,, any material such as, to render the lime-washing unsuitable or inexpedient, and that may be otherwise pro- perly cleansed. (3.) He shall cause the floor of every such cowshed to be thoroughly swept, and all dung and other offensive matter to be removed from such cowshed as often, aSI may be necessary, and not less than once in every day. Drainage. 6. (1.) Every cowkeieper shall cause, the drain- age of every cowshed in his occupation to be so arranged thait all liquid; matter which may fall or be cast upon the. floor may be conveyed by a suitable, open channel to a drain inlet situate in the open air at a proper distance from any door or window of such cowshed, or to. some other suitable place of disposal which is so situate.. (2.) He shall not cause or suffer any inlet to ,any drain of such cowshed to be within such cowtshledi. Water-supply. 7. (1.) Every cowkeeper shall keep in, or in connection with, every cowshed in his occupa- tion a supply of water suitable and sufficient for all such purposes' as. may from time to time be reasonably necessary1. (2.) He shall cause any receptacle which may be provided for such water to be emptied1 and thoroughly cleansed from; tiime. to time as often as. may be necessary to prevent the pollution, of any water that may be stored therein., and where such receptacle is, used for the storage only of water, he shall cause it to be properly covered and ventilated, and so placed as to be at all times readily accessible. PART II. The Regulations in Part I., and also the fol- lowing Regulation, shall apply to all cowsheds other than those the cow's from which are habi- tually grazed on grass land during the greattea- part of the year, and: when not so grazed are habitually turned out during a portion of each day. 8. A cowkeeper shall not cause or allow any cowshed in his occupation to be occupied by a larger number of cows, than will leave not less r than eipht hundred feet of air space for each cow. Provided as follows:- (a.) In. calculating the air space for the pur- poises of this regulation no space shall be reckoned which is more than sixteen feet above the floor; but if the roof or ceiling is inclined, then the mean height of the same above the floor may be taken as the height thereof for the purposes of this regulation. (b.) This regulation shall not apply to any cowshed constructed and used before the date of these regulations coming into effect until two years after that date. II Public Notices (Con.). PART III. 9. In this Part the expression "Dairy" means a dairy in which cattle are not kept. Lighting. 10. Every cowkeeper shall provide that every dairy in his occupation shall be sufficiently lighted with windows, whether in the sides or roof thereof. Ventilation. 11. Every cowkeeper shall cause every dairy in his 'occupation to be sufficiently ventilated, and for this purpose to be provided with a suffi- cient number of openings, into the, external air to keep the air in the dairy in a wholesome con- dition.. Cleansing. 12. (1.) Every cowkeeper shall cause every part of the interior of every dairy in his occu- pation to be thoroughly cleansed from, time to time as, often as may be necessary to secure, that such dairy shall be at all times reasonably clean and sweet. (2.) He shall cause; the floor of every such, dairy to be thoroughly cleansed with, water at least once in every day. Drainage. 13. (1.) Every cowkeeper shall cause the drain- age ot every dairy in his occupation to be so arranged that all liquid matter which may fall or be cast upon the floor may be conveyed by a suitable open channel to the outside of such dairy, and 'may there be received, in a suitable gulley communicating with a proper and suffi- cient drain. (2.) He shall not cause; or suffer any inlet to any drain of such dairy to be within such dairy. Water-supply. 14. (1.) Every cowkeeper shall cause every dairy in his' occupation, to be provided with an adequate supply of good and wholesome water for the cleansing of ,such dairy and of any vessels that may be used therein for containing milk, and for all other reasonable and necessary pur- poses in connection with the use thereof. (2.) He shall cause every cistern or other re- ceptacle in which any such water may be stored to be properly covered andi ventilated, and so placed asi to, be at all times readily accessible. (3.) He shall cause every such cistern or re- ceptadel to be emptied; and thoroughly cleansed from time to' time as often as may be necessary to prevent the pollution of any water that may be stored therein. For securing the Cleanliness of Milk-stores, Milk- shops, and of Milk-vessels used for containing Milk for sale by Persons following the Trade of Cowkeepers or Dairymen. Cleanliness ofalillstores and Milkshops. 15. Every occupier of a milk-store or milk- 'shop shall cause every part of the interior of such milk-store or milk-shop to be thoroughly cleans- ed from, time to time as often, as may be neces- sary to maintain such milk-store or milk-shop in a thorough state of cleanliness. Cleanliness of Milk-vessels. 16. (1.) Every cowkeeper shall from time to time as often as may be' necessary cause every milk-vessel that may be used by him for contain- ing milk for sale to be thoroughly cleansed with steam or clean boiling water, and shall other- wise take all proper precautions for the main- tenance of such milk-vesisel in a constant state of cleanliness. (2.) He shall on every occasion when any such vessel shall have been used to contain milk, or shall have been returned, to him after having been out of his, possession, cause such, vessel to be forthwith so cIlearuSledi. For prescribing Precautions to be taken by Pur- veyors of Milk and Persons Selling Milk by Retail against Infection or Contamination. 17. (1.) Every purveyor of milk or person sell- ing milk by retail shall take all reasonable and proper pifecautions; in andi in connection with the storage and distribution of the milk, and otherwise, to prevent the exposure of the milk to any infection or contamination. (2.) He shall not deposit or keep any milk in- tended for sale— ( a.) In any room or place where it would; be liable to become infected or contaminated by impure air, or by any offensive, noxious, or deleterious; gas or substance, or by any noxi- ous; or injurious emanation, exhalation, or effluvium or— (b.) In any room used as a kitchen or as a living room or— (c.) In any room or building, or part of a building, communicating directly by door, window, or otherwise with any room, used as 'a sleeping room, or in which there may be any person suffering from any infectious or con- tagious disease, or which may have been used by any person suffering from anv such dis- ease and may not have been properly disin- fected or- (d.) In any room or building, or part of a building, in which theme may be any direct inlet to any drain. (3.) He shall not keep milk for sale, or cause or suffer any such milk to be placed, in any vessel, receptacle or utensil which is not thor- oughly clean. (4.) He shall cause every vessel, receptacle or utensil used by him for containing milk for sale to be thoroughly cleansed with steam or clean boiling water after it shall have been used., and to be maintained in a constant state of cleanli- ness. (5.) He shall not cause or suffer any cow be- longing to him or under his care or control to be milked1 for the purpose of obtaining milk for sale— (a.) Unless -at the time of millkring the udder and teats of such cow are thoroughly clean,; and'— (b.) Unless the hands; of the person milk- ing such cow, also, are thoroughly clean and free' from all infection and contamination. Penalties. 18. Every person who shall offend against any of the. foregoing regulations shall be liable for every such offence to a penalty of five pounds, and in the case of a continuing offence, to a further penalty of forty shillings for each day after written notice of the offence from the council. Provided, nevertheless, that the Justices or Court before whom' any complaint may be made or any proceedings may be taken in respect of Public Notices (Con.). any such offence may, if they think fit. adjudge the payment as a penalty of any sum less than the full amount of the penalty imposed by this Regulation. Commencement of the Regulations. 19. These Regulations shall come into force on and after the First day of February, 1906. Revocation of Regulations. 20. From and after the date on which these Regulations shall come into force, all Regula- heretofore made under, or having effect in purisuancel of the Dairies, Cowsheds, and Milk- shops Order of 1885, shall, so far as the same are now in force in the District, be and are hereby revoked. Made; and ladlopted by the Conway Rural Dis- trict Council this First day of December, 1905, in, testimony whereof the Common Seal of the said Rural District Council of Conway is hereunto affixed. W. F. JONES, Chairman. T. E. PARRY, Clerk. ( -r- r* L S. ) GRANITE QUARRY TO LET. THE Town Council of the Borough of Conway invite Tenders for the Tenancy of the Quarry known as Anwell's Quarry at Penmaenbach to- gether with all the machinery except the crusher and steam roller. The applicants to state the dead rent and royalty they are prepared to give (the dead rent merging in the royalty), and the length of the term for which they are prepared to take the quarry. The Town Council reserve the right to purchase all stone required by them (approximately 2500 tons per annum) for metalling, to be delivered at the wharf immediately below and adjoining the main road, at is. per ton free of royalty. Applications for tenancy to be sent in to me on or before the 18th inst. A form of lease can be inspected at my office on payment of a sum of ios., which will be refunded on receipt of a bona fide tender. T. E. PARRY, 6th Dec., 1905. Town Clerk. CHARITIES. THE annual distribution of Doles provided by the Llandrillo Charities for the deserving poor not in receipt of parish relief will be made at the Council Room, Station Road, on Thursday next, the 21St inst., between the hours of 10.30 a.m. and I p.m. Personal application must be made to Mr. W. Jones, the Hon. Secretary to the Charities, who will attend on that day at the time mentioned. NOTICE is hereby given that the partnership 1 heretofore subsisting between us, Edward Denham Rowland and Frank William Simpson, carrying on business as Coal Merchants at Wynnstay Chambers, Colwyn Bay, and Old Colwyn under the style of Rowland & Simpson," has been dis- solved by mutual consent as and from the rst December, 1905. All debts due to, and owing by the late firm will be received and paid by E. D. Rowland. Dated 12th December, 1905. EDWARD DENHAM ROWLAND. Witness to the signature of E. D. Rowland, O. BERNARD LOWE, Solicitor, Colwyn Bay. FRANK WILLIAM SIMPSON. Witness to the signature of Frank William Simpson, JOHN A. BRIDGWATER, Clerk with Messrs. Porter, Amphlett & Jones, Solicitors, Colwyn Bay. ^pHE PATRIOTIC INVESTMENT SOCIETY, 1 Ltd. North Wales District Office 20, GEORGE STREET, LLANRWST. REPRESENTATIVES wanted for the above at Festiniog, Portmadoc, Carnarvon, Ban- gor, Conway, Llandudno, Colwyn Bay, Rhyl, Abergele. Salary and Commission £ 10 cash security returnable. H. WYNNE, Superin tendent. Public Announcements (Con.). RHYL BOXING DAY EISTEDDFOD will be held in the QUEEN'S PALACE, RHYL, DECEMBER 2.6th, 1905. ADJUDICATORS Wilfrid Jones, Esq., R.A.M.; Llifon, Pedr Mostyn, Dr. Parry, Huwco Penmaen, Rhydderch, and J. Bevan Evans, Esq., (Director of Eduction). PRINCIPAL EVENTS Chief Choral Competition (Male Voices, not under 30 in number), The Britons Y Brythoniaid ") (D. Prothero). Prize, X20 Party (mixed) not under 25 or over 30 in number, In Vain You Tell (D. Ernlyn Evans). Prize, .£7. Juvenile Choirs, The Night Bells (Vincent). Prize, .£5. Duett (own choice). Prize, Xi los. Solos (each voice). Prize, Yl le. Special Prize (open only to the winners in their respective voices), .£1 10s. Rhyddiaeth (Prose), Barddoniaeth (Poetry), Adrodd. iadau (Recitations), Celfau (Arts), &c. For full particulars and List of Subjects (One Penny, per post, ltd.) apply to the Secretaries, PARRY & JONES, 28, Abbey Street, Rbyl,